Criminal and Social Justice Program
The Criminal and Social Justice program, based at Okanagan College’s Penticton campus, will provide students with an Arts-based criminal justice education. The program is a two-year, four-semester program in which students will take a variety of social-justice related courses in Sociology, Psychology, Political Science and Criminology, as well as elective Arts courses of personal interest.
Graduates of the program will exit with a solid, practical understanding of criminal and social justice issues in Canada and the world, as well as the academic skills of analytical reasoning, critical thinking, communication, and information retrieval that will be applied to their future profession and academic pursuits. Some fields of inquiry may include indigenous studies, gender studies, race and ethnicity, globalization and poverty.
For official admission requirements and other program information, please see the Okanagan College calendar.
How to Apply
Apply online or obtain an application form from any campus. Return completed applications to Admissions, 1000 KLO Road, Kelowna, BC, V1Y 4X8, or to any Okanagan College campus.
For more information on this program, financial assistance or student residence, call toll free: 1-877-755-2266.